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Live from Cloud2012

Kuala Lumpur 18th January – Cloud 2012 – Cloud Computing Conference and Roundtable is going on in full swing. Here’s some of the action at Cloud2012 brought to you live from Technology Park Malaysia!

Business Development Manager Faizal Sanusi at the booth @Cloud2012

SVP Murali Munagapathi with visitors at the booth@Cloud2012

Engineer Gopi demonstrates wireless blood pressure monitoring via the Zilant Health Server

Welcoming Address at Cloud2012

A section of the audience Inside Cloud2012

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About embeddedwireless

Embedded Wireless is a next-generation wireless telecommunications company offering connected healthcare and services for independent living, chronic disease management, elderly home care, personal wellness, intelligent automation, end-end 3G/4G enterprise solutions and telecommunications. Embedded Wireless delivers custom-designed products and solutions with cutting-edge engineering capabilities in digital hardware, RF, ASIC/ FPGA, software and embedded software. Embedded Wireless Labs was established in Malaysia in 1997 in the Multimedia Super Corridor, among the first 100 companies to be granted MSC status. Embedded Wireless, Inc. was incorporated in the State of California in 2011. Embedded Wireless, Inc. operates in Boston and San Francisco to co-ordinate sales and marketing activities for our connected heath solutions in the US market. We are strongly committed to building successful products and have patented over 47 technologies.

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